You must be in at least one play per quarter for 16 quarters. Most High Schools use this formula for lettering in High School Varsity Football.
Sure, if they're good enough.
Rules can change from school to school, but if an athlete is extraordinarily talented, they may be able to play on the varsity as a freshman.
No age restriction just a grade restriction. Must be a freshman in high school to play varsity. Your states high school athletic association could clarify the answer your seeking. Often Jr. High runners will be allowed to run at high school track open events, but rarely will you see Jr. High student playing Varsity football, basketball, or baseball.
At most high schools, juniors are allowed to play on junior varsity teams. If you are good enough to make the team, you should be able to play.
Typically you play high school sports for 4 years, unless you are pulled up to Junior varsity or varsity in 8th grade.
Michael Jordan played for his JR high and High school. In high school. He played for Junior Varsity team and played for Varsity.
i would say about 2%
Yes, varsity soccer.
No. A football player can only be on the junior varsity (JV) team *OR* the varsity team.Unless they get bumped down
A high school varsity football game runs 12 minute quarters. The entire game clock is 48 minutes. In contrast, the college and the pros play 15 minute quarters for a total of 60 minutes.